Raise the Bottom Training and

Raise the Bottom Training and

Rating: 3.5   (5)
(208) 433-0400
9196 West Barnes DriveBoiseIdaho  83709

Specialties

  • Addiction
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Drug Abuse
  • Drug Addiction
  • Intervention center
  • Medical Detox
  • Substance Abuse

Payment Options

  • American Express
  • Cash or self-payment
  • Check
  • Mastercard
  • Visa

Accepted Insurances

  • Most Insurances

About

Raise the Bottom Training and located at 9196 West Barnes Drive in Boise, Idaho provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. Raise the Bottom Training and provides help for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include Counseling that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.

For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Boise, Idaho, then entering addiction treatment at Raise the Bottom Training and is the right choice. Raise the Bottom Training and generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. 18+ to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.

Raise the Bottom Training and also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Most Insurances, and certain types of payment such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Visa. Raise the Bottom Training and can be contacted through their website at www.raisethebottomaddictionclinic.com/.

Google Reviews


  4.0   15 days ago

Being addicted to opiods was a nightmare! Thanks RTB and STAFF for your continuous support and encouragement in my recovery! Groups are awesome : Mon 6am -7am relapse prevention /7am-8am Life skills We'd 6am- 7am relapse prevention/7am- 8am Life skills Thurs.6am- 7am relapse prevention Fri 6am- 7am relapse prevention/ 7am- 8am Life skills Come enjoy a safe place to sit and listen or share your thoughts... Free coffee...(not the best but will do in a pinch)



  5.0   1 month ago

As with anything else in life, what YOU put into it determines what you get out of it. This place has been a blessing for me personally. Have there been times I was frustrated because there was a line, sure, but usually only because I got there 15 minutes before they close when I knew there would be a last minute rush of people so I can't complain about that. Lol In fact, MOST of the things I've seen critiqued are things that each person probably played a part in how it happened. For example, if you are a patient and you're not happy with your counselor then request to be placed with a different one rather than make a blanket statement that all the counselors are useless. Again, 95% of what kind of experience you have here is up to you, your attitude, and how much you put into it. They aren't going to magically make you clean and happy, you're going to have to do some work. But if you do you'll likely find this place is a blessing for you as well. The front desk and nurses that do the dosing are awesome! To address some of the negative comments about the reception staff we have to remember that they're tasked with being the first people we see and the ones that collect the money so not only do they get yelled at for things totally out of their control because they're the first face we see but any time you're dealing with collecting money you're going to deal with some frustrated and angry people at times. The fact that most of the patients are going through a stressful time with lots of changes makes both of those positions require special people who have a lot of patience and the ability to handle conflict at times. Not to mention flying by the seat of their pants if the computers go down. Lol The nurses have to get our doses right, handle all our urine, listen to any number of drama filled stories, keep the window moving, AND do another job entirely that we dont ever see behind the scenes. My counselor is awesome so I'm not going to tell you her name or she'll get too many patients and not have any time for me and my messages. Lol



  5.0   2 months ago

Raise the bottom is awesome if you don't gOT money they are known to work with you and will even give you 3 free months. Unlike center for behavior health if you are short a quarter they will not dose you . and during my experience with CBH my very own counselor whom I was close to committed suicide which could have effected my sobriety. And I love the staff at RTB they really care and work with any situation you may have I highly recommend this clinic.



  5.0   2 months ago

If you actually want to change your life; the staff and counselors here will help you to do that. My counselors and group facilitators are WONDERFUL. The front desk staff is extremely friendly, patient and accommodating. Just life life; you get what you give. Thank-You RTB, you guys are top notch!!!



  5.0   5 months ago

If you are using opiates and need stability in your life raise the bottom can be a great place for you. As with any addiction service, you can expect to get out of it what you put in. Being clean is a hard full time job and RTB can be a great Allie in the fight. If you expect THEM to get YOU clean for you then you will always have complaints and failures. I can say from personal experience that this place is amazing compared to the life i had when I was using street drugs. Very friendly staff and great prices. Remember, you'll get out of it what you put into it.



  4.0   5 months ago

Ok, so here is the deal. Clinics all over the place have some pretty unreasonable rules and regs. But if you follow the rules this place will be a saving grace. The tip i’d give I’m sure you all know is stay away from benzodiazepines. They will brutally cut your dose. I was at 105mg and dropped to 40mg, it was cut for a little over two weeks and it was hell. To give you an idea though the same problem happened at Center for Behavioral Health and they cut my dose for three months. So in reality, Raise the bottom is much more reasonable in that aspect. They take insurance, private and Medicare which is really cool of them to do. You bring them your insurance and they take care of it, now that’s service. It changes the cost from 10 a day to 5. Also if you pay daily instead of weekly CBH charges 12 a day where RTB charges 10 a day. It saves us addicts money that don’t have a lot to begin with. The councilors are pretty great but they are overworked with their case load growing every day so if you feel you need to see them more than once a month. Make a point to make extra appointments and attend groups. It will help. The front counter staff is very helpful and respectful, I’ve never been ill treated by any of them. It’s a pretty clean building overall. The only problems I have are ones that I believe might be out of Raise the Bottoms hands. These changes I speak of that need to be made might have to happen at the state and federal levels. I’m currently looking into it. All in all, if your reading this deciding weather or not you want to try it out. Let me tell you, Do it! And do it now! Living a stable life on Methadone is worlds better than the alternative. I’m not sure about you prescription pill peeps but us street junkies, the H, U47 and Fent crowd live very painful, sad lives. Days where drifting away in a numb euphoric fog and getting lost sounds like the only way to cope with everything that’s happened to you, leading you to this very moment. Oh and the sickness, don’t even get me started on that fresh hell. The Clinics are not perfect and you will get frustrated from time to time but you will get your life back. The cravings, pain, bone pain, runny noses, sinsitive skin, chills, sweats, insomnia, RLS, diareaha, vomiting.. the list is endless and it all can stop with the right dose and treatment. Once I got in so deep with needles I though I would die with a rig in my arm for sure, that there was no way out because of how bad my withdrawals had gotten. And it wasn’t because I wanted to continue living that way. it’s because I was so hopelessly addicted I couldn’t stop, not for myself, my family, my friends. I’d do anything, give anything just for a fix so I didn’t have to be sick. Then once you get well that clock starts ticking down tell you know your wheels are going to start spinning out of control once more. Just know you don’t have to feel that pain anymore, there is treatment, hope and it all starts here. Every junkie getting off the streets into these clinics is a win against this disease plaguing our nation, brothers and sister. If your addiction is not critical I would suggest going with Saboxone, if your addiction is bad and cravings is something you really struggle with I would suggest Methadone. From what I understand Methadone is more potent and covers all the symptoms of withdrawal but is also harder in the end to get off of. So you need to decide how bad your addiction is and what direction you feel is best for you. Speak with your counselor about it. They will be able to point you in the right direction. I hope this helps and to all you reading this. Keep your head up and keep on keeping on. It’s never to late to change for the better. Sincerely, A RTB patient



  5.0   6 months ago

Raise the bottom is awesome if you don't gOT money they are known to work with you and will even give you 3 free months. Unlike center for behavior health if you are short a quarter they will not dose you . and during my experience with CBH my very own counselor whom I was close to committed suicide which could have effected my sobriety. And I love the staff at RTB they really care and work with any situation you may have I highly recommend this clinic.



  5.0   1 year ago

They are amazing



  4.0   1 year ago

Most of the staff are in recovery, which means a great deal to those who are just beginning their own recovery. They seem to care, and understand what it's like to be an opiate addict. Counseling services are available, of course, and they offer other types of programs besides just methadone maintenance. The doctors, however, being contracted, almost always are somewhat ignorant about the actual in's and out's of opiate addiction and withdrawal. It seems like their most used statement is, "methadone lasts for 24 hrs." In reality, though, many factors contribute to the speed at which it is actually metabolized in the real world.



  5.0   1 year ago

I loveraisethebottom


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